Matcha Unjonotomo (Extra Thick Grade)

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  • “From Ceremonial and Premium to flavored Culinary, I’ve tried several grades of Matcha in the past month. This is by far the creamiest and least bitter of them all. I received a sample as a gift,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I am really surprised to be the first reviewing this. That is a daunting task. Yesterday or the day before I reviewed the middle grade matcha from Harney and Sons, Matcha Senjunomukashi. I noted...” Read full tasting note

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The highest grade matcha currently offered by Harney and Sons.

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From Ceremonial and Premium to flavored Culinary, I’ve tried several grades of Matcha in the past month. This is by far the creamiest and least bitter of them all.

I received a sample as a gift, and in consideration of the price, I realize how blessed I am to have a friend like ashmanra. Even with my discount coupon I’m inclined to buy Harney’s Thick Grade, but this is worth the price.

It whisked easily into a creamy froth, and any sense of bitterness quickly melted into a lingering sweetness. I just might splurge on this matcha – but maybe as a gift for my wife, who would most likely share.

ashmanra

I am quite sure she would share with you! I agree, the thick grad dis really good and for the price consideration I wouldn’t be sad buying it. But if I have a coupon, I am probably going for this one. And guess what? Tea companies do GREAT Black Friday sales!

Comm Guy

My wife just surveyed and commented on my growing tea stash. I didn’t realize (or was in denial) about how big it’s grown. In my defense – some of space is herbs for tisanes…and they’re bulky. Yeah. That’s it. Herbs. I’m gonna use that.

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I am really surprised to be the first reviewing this. That is a daunting task.

Yesterday or the day before I reviewed the middle grade matcha from Harney and Sons, Matcha Senjunomukashi. I noted that the initial paste made with cold water was thicker than my usual matchas make. The froth was thick and foamy and the color a brilliant green. The tea has a light bitterness and a lingering aftertaste, much desired in matcha.

This tea was almost exactly the same with one notable difference – it almost entirely lacks the bitterness. There was very little bitterness in the mid-grade and I almost would venture to say none in this. There are some who esteem this quality, especially since the bitter bite usually blooms into an aftertaste of sweetness. But this was smooth and, I think, accessible to even a brand new matcha drinker who isn’t in love with the drink yet.

I bought it on sale and I do not regret the purchase one bit, but with money being an object in most households, I can honestly say that I would be delighted with a tin of either and wouldn’t feel cheated if I could only afford the middle grade. I am going to enjoy having a tin of each very, very much.

Fjellrev

Nice! It’s great that you are treating yourself, and glad to hear that it’s worth it.

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